The name of the company is SSH Communications Security Oyj in Finnish and SSH Communications Security Corporation in English. The Company’s domicile is Helsinki, Finland.
The Company is engaged in the business of developing and production of computer programs, equipment and related services, consulting, import, export, maintenance, licensing and publication for data security, communications and information technology businesses. The Company may also own, possess, buy and sell real property, securities and art.
The par value of the shares is three (3) cents each, i.e. 0.03 Euros.
The Board of Directors shall consist of three to eight members.
The term of each member of the Board of Directors expires at the close of the first Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders following his/her election.
The Company has a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) elected by the Board of Directors.
The right to represent the Company is vested with the Board of Directors. In addition, the chairman of the Board of Directors and the CEO alone or two members of the Board of Directors together are authorized to represent the Company.
Any authorization for signing the Company’s name per procuration will be decided by the Board of Directors.
The Company has one primary auditor, who shall be an authorized public accountant chartered by the Finnish Central Chamber of Commerce, and one deputy auditor. Should the elected primary auditor be an audit corporation chartered by the Central Chamber of Commerce, it is not necessary to elect a deputy auditor.
The auditor’s term of office expires at the close of the first Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders following his/her election.
The Company’s financial period shall be the calendar year, starting 1 January and ending 31 December.
The invitation to the General Meeting shall be announced to the shareholders not earlier than three (3) months and not later than three (3) weeks before the date of the Meeting by publishing it on the company´s website.
The invitation to the General Meeting shall, however, be published no less than nine (9) days before the General Meeting Record Date. The Board of Directors can also decide to publish the invitation by other means of publication.
In order to participate in the Meeting a shareholder must register for the Meeting by the date mentioned in the invitation, which date may not be more than ten days before the Meeting.
The Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders must be held every year within six months from the end of the financial period on a date decided by the Board of Directors.
The Company’s shares are incorporated in the Finnish book-entry system of securities.